Customizing ASP.NET Core Part 03: Dependency Injection

In the third part of this series, we’ll take a look into the ASP.NET Core dependency injection and how to customize it to use a different dependency injection container if needed.
The Series Topics

Customizing ASP.NET Core Part 01: Logging
Customizing ASP.NET Core Part 02: Configuration
Customizing ASP.NET Core Part 03: Dependency Injection – This article
Customizing ASP.NET Core Part 04: HTTPS
Customizing ASP.NET Core Part 05: HostedServices
Customizing ASP.NET Core Part 06: MiddleWares
Customizing ASP.NET Core Part 07: OutputFormatter
Customizing ASP.NET Core Part 08: ModelBinder
Customizing ASP.NET Core Part 09: ActionFilter
Customizing ASP.NET Core Part 10: TagHelpers

Why Use a Different Dependency Injection Container
In the most projects, you don’t really need to use a different dependency injection Container. The DI implementation in ASP.NET Core supports the basic features and works well and pretty fast. Anyway, some other DI containers support some interesting features you may want to use in your application.

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